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Q&A: do arrest warrants and outstanding warrants show up in background checks for work?

Question by Colt : do arrest warrants and outstanding warrants show up in background checks for work? I had a background check for work and it goes thru their private company, but I was wondering if arrest warrants and outstandnig warrants show up in this check? im not worried, but my gf and i are debating about it, but she doesnt know much about the justice system. I thought background checks for work are just for charges that have been made or past convictions. not warrants. Best answer:

Answer by WRG
In some states yes it will in others in won’t. Another thing that can effect it is how long the warrant has been outstanding.

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4 Responses to “Q&A: do arrest warrants and outstanding warrants show up in background checks for work?”

  1. jessie says:

    The arrest most definitely show up I am not sure about a warrant since you actually have not been arrested but any arrest that you do have will show up.

  2. chafarm123 says:

    They should, but I can tell you that as an employer, sometimes they do not. Most serious things should be detected, but my company missed locating information on a man who chased a utility worker with a handgun when the worker was simply trying to read the meter. This was something as an employer, we would like to have known !

    Best wishes.

  3. firewomen says:

    I suppose it would depend on how deep those back ground checks go.*

  4. Jethro says:

    This depends on what level of searches your company is willing to pay for. If they go for a less expensive option, they will get less information. If they go for a more in-depth, wide range report it will cost them quite a bit more money but then certainly your arrest warrants and any outstanding warrants will be found. Of course I am speaking from the perspective of the background company we use. They for sure would find that type of information.

    If you have any other questions for me, just shoot me an email at [email protected]
    Good luck!